Examples of deposits that are not customer payments include:
Refunds, rebates, or reward checks from vendors
Money an owner is investing in the company
Unsolicited donations to a non-profit
To do this task
Go to the Banking menu and click Make Deposits.
If the Payments to Deposit window opens, select the payments
you'd like to deposit now and click OK.
Note: If you don't want to deposit any of the
payments, click OK to open the Make
Deposits window and continue to step 3.
In the Make Deposits window, select the account you'd like
to deposit into.
Click anywhere below the last payment in the list to add an entry.
Note: If the list is full, click anywhere in the list and
press Ctrl+Ins to add another entry.
In the Received From column, enter the name of the person or
vendor from whom you received the money.
In From Account, enter the account where you want to track the
Note: If you are entering a refund from a vendor, enter
the vendor name. If this refund is for the return of items entered
on a bill credit, enter the Accounts Payable account in the From
Account column. If the refund is for a discount or overpayment,
enter the expense account of the original expense in this
Enter a memo, the check number (if you received a check), and
the method of payment (check, Visa, and so on).
Enter the amount.
(Optional) If you use classes, enter the class for this
Indicate whether you are getting cash back.
In the Make Deposits window:
Choose the account where you want the cash back amount to go, such as your
Petty Cash account.
(Optional) Enter a memo about the cash back amount.
Enter the amount you want to get back from this deposit.
Save the deposit.